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First Split Liver Transplantation In Russia
A split liver transplantation to two adult recipients have been carried out in Russia for the first time, which has saved the patients lives.
--16-10-2014--
Psoriasis and Atherosclerosis Anything in Common?
Research, performed in Russia and other countries, revealed that formation processes of psoriatic and atherosclerotic plaques could have common mechanisms.
--08-07-2011--


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Pills to Stop Ageing, Russian Scientists Promise a Brave New World
Russian scientists say they have created a new type of antioxidant which is expected to have an influence on mitochondrions - cells responsible for human organism ageing.
--12-12-2014--
Egg-Shaped Perinatal Center to Appear in Moscow
An egg-shaped perinatal center will be built in the northwest of Moscow.
--26-09-2014--
Health Care Institutions May Be Banned
Russian medical institutions may be banned from purchasing imported equipment and products, except for those manufactured in Belarus and Kazakhstan.
--18-04-2014--
Vodka Makes 25 percent of Men in Russia Die before the Age of 55
The mortality rate associated with alcohol abuse is high in Russia, as a recent research shows.
--03-02-2014--
Dermatology Museum to Appear in Moscow
A new Dermatology Museum will soon be opened in a branch of the Moscow Dermatovenereology and Cosmetology Research and Implementation Center.
--12-03-2013--
100 Health Schools for Patients to be Founded in Moscow
The Board of Health published the territorial program of state guarantees for rendering free medical aid in 2012.
--10-01-2012--
Fluorescent Proteins to Replace X-Rays and Scalpels
A group of scientists, headed by a Russian researcher Vladislav Verkhusha, created a protein for visualization of inner organs of living mammals.
--02-08-2011--
Liver Regeneration Drug Developed
Russian researchers from Tomsk and Novosibirsk developed a basic substance for future treating agent for liver regeneration during cirrhosis.
--11-07-2011--
Deadly E.coli Arrived to Russia
Russian researchers will study a deadly strain of Escherichia coli, which is responsible for sickness and death of many people in Europe.
--28-06-2011--
New Anti-HIV Treatment Passes First Stage of Clinical Trials Successfully
Russian medics announce about successful clinical studies of safety and pharmacokinetics of an innovative anti-AIDS treatment VM-500.
--22-06-2011--
Russian Biotechnologies to Go to Washington
Many Russian companies and research institutes are going to participate this year in BIO International Convention, which will take place in Washington in the end of June.
--16-06-2011--
Glycosciences to Be Discussed in Moscow
Researchers from Russia and India will discuss carbohydrates during the Russian-Indian Symposium on Glycosciences, which takes place in Moscow between June 13 and 16, 2011.
--09-06-2011--
Parsley Claimed to Be as Dangerous as Drugs
A week ago a decision of Russian Federal Consumer Rights Protection and Human Health Control Service about including parsley (Petroselinum crispuma A.W.Hill) in the list of plants, containing drugs, superpotent or toxic substance, came into operation.
--08-06-2011--
More Interesting Facts about Human Brain
Russian researchers from Orenburg State University suggest an explanation for functional difference of visually symmetrical cerebral hemispheres.
--27-05-2011--





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